The following are reports prepared by the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment that pertain to curriculum studies at Evergreen.
Recent Curriculum Reports
See also: Curriculum Report Archive (below)
Common abbreviations and terms that may be encountered while reviewing curricular trend data include:
All-level programs for freshmen through seniors
The Classification of Instructional Programs (CIP) provides a taxonomic scheme that supports the accurate tracking and reporting of fields of study and program completions activity.
- Evening and Weekend Studies planning unit
- First-Time, First-Year student (students attending college for the first time since high school graduation)
- First-Year Programs
Programs for first-year students
- FT Program
Undergraduate full-time programs offered in the daytime curriculum
Full-time equivalency (15 credits=1 undergraduate FTE, 10 credits=1 graduate FTE)
- Student headcount
Individual Learning Contract
Lower-division programs for freshmen and sophomores
- Native Pathways Programs (NPP)
The Native Pathways Program (NPP) is a upper-division program that promotes life-long indigenous scholarship by placing value on cultural and traditional knowledge, working with indigenous research methodologies, and expanding indigeneity through academia.
- PT Program
Undergraduate part-time programs usually offered through Evening Weekend Studies courses: 2-credit, 4-credit, or 6-credit courses
Standing Committee on the Curriculum
- Programs and courses offered at Tacoma site
Programs and courses offered at Tribal: Reservation-Based/Community-Determined Programs - Now the Native Pathways Program (NPP)
Curriculum Report Archive